Training & Equipping Leaders
Jennifer-Ruth Green trains new and aspiring leaders as well as women leaders in the tech industry, to bring out the very best in their teams. As an US Air Force Academy graduate, Air Force Lieutenant Colonel, and combat mission commander, Jennifer-Ruth inspires leaders to become the best version of themselves in volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous environments.
Born to Vivian and Paul R. Green Jr., Jennifer-Ruth “Romper” Green is the youngest of six children. At eighteen years old, Jennifer-Ruth followed in her father and grandfather’s footsteps and joined the US Air Force.
After graduating from the USAF Academy in 2005, Jennifer-Ruth began her Air Force career in aviation and then transitioned to serve as a Special Agent with the Air Force Office of Special Investigations. She deployed to Baghdad in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM where she served as a mission commander for counterintelligence activities. After her deployment, Jennifer-Ruth assumed the role of Deputy Chief for a nuclear command post.
After twelve years of full-time military service, Jennifer-Ruth transitioned to the US Air Force Reserve Component and chose to make Indiana home. Locally, Jennifer-Ruth serves her community in Northwest Indiana as an educator, and is the founder of MissionAero Pipeline, a non-profit reaching at-risk youth that seeks to transform lives, inspire STEM careers, and set students, as young as 5th grade through college, on a path of learning in the aerospace industry.
Jennifer-Ruth earned a B.S. in Asian Area Studies from the United States Air Force Academy, an M.Min. from Golden State Baptist College, and a B.S. in Aeronautics from Liberty University. She is currently completing her M.S. in Aeronautics from Liberty University and has completed Air War College, Air Command & Staff College, and Squadron Officer School.
She is a regular speaker at events, loves traveling, and has visited all seven continents. Jennifer-Ruth lives in Crown Point, Indiana, and is a proud aunt to fifteen nieces and nephews.